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2018 Harvard Baseball News

  • Baseball to Host MLB Executives Q&A
    January 11, 2018
    The Friends of Harvard Baseball and the Harvard Varsity Club are excited to present a terrific panel of Harvard baseball alumni who are currently top Major League Baseball Executives. This will be a special opportunity to hear what our baseball insiders say - "How Harvard baseball helped get them to where they are today", "Their insider information on their team and the industry" and much more. Don't miss out!
  • Baseball Unveils Schedule for 152nd Season
    December 19, 2017
    Bill Decker, The Joseph J. O’Donnell ’67 MBA ’71 Head Coach for Baseball, recently announced the Crimson’s 2018 schedule, marking the 152nd season of Harvard baseball. Harvard will host 12 home contests at O’Donnell Field, including three Ivy League series and the first round of the Beanpot Tournament.
  • Baseball, Softball Announce Hitting Facility Construction
    December 18, 2017
    Harvard Athletics recently announced plans to construct a state-of-the-art hitting facility for the Crimson baseball and softball programs.  “I am pleased to share that Harvard Athletics has begun construction on the covered hitting and practice facility for our softball and baseball programs,” said Bob Scalise, The John D. Nichols ’53 Family Director of Athletics. 
  • Baseball Announces 2018 Recruiting Class
    November 01, 2017
    The Joseph O’Donnell ’67 MBA ’71 Head Coach for Baseball, Bill Decker, announced the nine incoming freshmen as the Class of 2021 today (Nov. 1). Nine freshmen will join the roster following a season where the Crimson earned three All-Ivy selections, including two first-team, and sent 20 players to summer leagues around the country. The newcomers hail from six states and have achieved numerous awards in both athletics and academics.
  • Around The Yard: Ian Miller
    September 20, 2017
    As move-in day approached nearly a month ago, I had a moment of realization. This is it, the last beginning of my Harvard career. So as my family and I loaded up our ’05 Ford, bungee cording the trunk closed, I started to reminisce. Past senior teammates had always told me that the years would fly by and that I’d be a senior before I knew it.

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

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